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Crossword Puzzle – Suits


Crossword-Puzzle

 

Across

1. Beat by a lot

5. Attitude

9. Chip dip

14. … ___ ___ I thought

15. Not this

16. Bald Mr.

17. Generic age of a Belieber

18. Small bit

19. Send a message

20. Jews were banned from most of these in the 1950’s

23. Relaxation locales

24. Cool

25. Currency in Samoa

29. You might not use them during a Shemittah year

33. Murderous board game?

36. Internet provider, for short

37. Opera solos

38. Eng. class

39. Where many Jewish singles live (abbr.)

40. Milk source

42. Poetic palindrome

43. Awry

45. By way of

46. Rochel to Yehuda

47. Doeg, Haman and Hitler had them

51. Remain

52. Aural appendage

53. Israel’s continent

56. What many a Jew on 47th street might do

61. Country overcoming natural disasters

64. Pulmonary part

65. Bad-mannered

66. Bitter

67. A Great Lake

68. Fall

69. Films are on them

70. Allows

71. Box for some messages?

 

Down

1. Letters for college army students

2. Black and white cookies

3. Spend

4. Weight pertaining to trucks

5. Mix

6. Shalom, to a pirate

7. Strapped bag

8. Russian rasha

9. It might be on a cut

10. Special July baseball team

11. Bruce or Robert

12. Co-ed yeshiva in Riverdale

13. Soldier insect

21. Org. known for being a bit too touchy feely

22. Letter letters

26. Farewell

27. Get educated

28. Benefit

30. Like sushi

31. Two to Jose

32. A friendly dog might give you one

33. Lions, tigers and bears have them

34. Cap

35. Upstate New York locale called “The Handshake City”

39. Manipulate

40. OSS follower

41. Rower

44. It’s highest on the mast of many boats

45. Lush greenery

46. Arranges

48. Marina ___ Rey

49. It’s said on special occasions

50. Squared cracker?

54. Harden

55. To include

57. Split ___

58. ___ ___ to win it

59. 11, 23, 45, etc.

60. Month Rosh Hashanah usually comes out

61. Container

62. Top of the deck?

63. It comes before fix or tense

 

(Answers, next week)

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